[PW] Query: Harper's article about wreck on M&NA railroad ca 1908
dmontgomster at gmail.com
Thu Jan 4 10:21:23 PST 2018
Athough a substantial chunk of Harper's Weekly is available online and can
be accessed easily through
the Online Books Library at UPenn, no one has scanned the years between
1904-1911. And since this
type of material sounds more like the sort of thing that would be in it, it
probably means that someone
who has some time on their hands, and has access to microfilm of it, might
be able to find it.
who is still working at Valdosta State University,
but will be retired and moving to Staunton, VA
this coming summer!
On Sun, Dec 3, 2017 at 2:37 PM, d-lien University of Minnesota <
d-lien at umn.edu> wrote:
> I belatedly remembered that my U of Minnesota Libraries has a
> searchable fulltext HARPER'S BAZAAR database which describes itself as
> "A comprehensive, searchable archive of every page, advertisement, and
> cover of every issue of Harper's Bazaar from its first appearance in
> 1867 to the current month."
> So I searched that with a number of name etc. variations but couldn't
> get a nibble on the article sought. Another theory busted.
> HARPER'S WEEKLY is still a possibility, though, I'd think.
> Dennis Lien // (retired from) U of Minnesota Libraries // d-lien at umn.edu
> On Sat, Dec 2, 2017 at 7:11 PM, Donna Halper <dlh at donnahalper.com> wrote:
> > I subscribe to Harper's magazine and have access to their archives, back
> > the mid 1800s; but multiple searches for the names you mentioned did not
> > turn up any results. So perhaps it wasn't in Harper's magazine. I do
> > have access to Harper's Bazaar, however, so maybe it's in that
> > Donna L. Halper, PhD
> > Associate Professor of Communication and Media Studies
> > Lesley University, Cambridge MA
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